A poem by Sally Denshire published in Poetry for the Planet: An Anthology of Imagined Futures.
A lockdown poem by Sally Denshire - now part of the State Library of NSW 'The Diary Files' site
A factory full of women... and untold stories... herstories...
This poem is a response to four of Joy Hester's images of girls currently on display at Heide Museum of Modern Art.
Sally Denshire's poem ‘A lineage of ecologies’ celebrates LeAnne Vincent's award-winning art work 'Flourish'. Vincent's Artist's Statement follows the poem.
“I willingly followed Baker as she skilfully led me away from the actual killer and entangled me in a web of deceit and half-truths. … haunting.”
A new novel from Riparian author, Jane Downing. Looking for a Book Club book? Here's a question to start with: what would you be willing to give up for love?
a poem by Sally Denshire published in 2019 in fourW thirty NEW WRITING Pearl
DIE LIKE A KELLY is the Microflix adaptation of my Microfiction, ON THE HOUR
fourW is one of Australia's longest running annual anthologies of new poetry and prose from Australian and international writers.